'Sue has a real generosity in the way she shares her extensive knowledge about horticulture, and she does so in an accessible way which supports the participation of vulnerable people. Her excellent communication skills are complemented by an enthusiastic and warm approach to group work.' Nicky Bashall, Project Coordinator - Gardening for Wellbeing Project, Southwark Day Centre for Asylum Seekers
'Sue has a very gentle and supportive approach, she is highly knowledgeable and clearly has a passion for both plants and people. She is warm, laid back and friendly, sharing her knowledge and expertise in an accessible way. Sue is able to be flexible, balancing service users needs and motivation whilst also ensuring tasks are completed. Service users comment regularly on Sue’s positive down to earth style and how much they enjoy gardening the sessions with her'. Helen Jinadu – Occupational Therapist South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
'Sue Amos has been leading informative sessions on our Community Feasts project with Glengall Wharf Garden, developing enthusiasm for growing and creating a direct relationship between the food grown at the garden and the food eaten at our popular monthly communal meals. The sessions have included soil structure; seed gathering and growing systems'. Maintaining Health Partners
'Sue's friendly and relaxed approach ensures that all participants feel at ease and are able to participate in horticultural activities suited to their capacity while enjoying the social benefits of working as part of a team'. Beth Barber, Education Officer, Brockwell Park Community Greenhouses and convenor of 'Gone to Seed' Gardening Project 2013 and 2014.
'I wish this lasted all day. It’s so nice to be in the garden with friends. I get so low when I am at home on my own'. 'Gone to Seed' gardener, 2014.
'I’ve learnt so much that I didn’t know before. It’s been really interesting to keep learning at my age'. 'Gone to Seed' gardener, 2014